In an apparent case of first impression, a Philadelphia judge said there were no errors of law that should lead to the overturning of a $10 million verdict awarded in a case in which the plaintiffs argued that a young girl's use of over-the-counter Children's Motrin left her blind in one eye, with damage to her reproductive system and permanent disfigurement of much of her skin.
Judge Upholds $10 Mil. OTC Children's Motrin Verdict
The Legal Intelligencer
January 24, 2013
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